iOS 4.1 HDR Pictures

The HDR function will be available in iOS 4.1 that will come out next week ( GM already available to developers ), and it will be built right in to the native Camera application. By combining these three photos, iOS 4.1 uses “pretty sophisticated algorithms” to produce an HDR photo.

We’ve seen some amazing photos shot with the iPhone 4 back in June. Now, let’s take a look at some iPhone 4 HDR photos. The HDR function will be available in iOS 4.1 that will come out next week ( GM already available to developers ), and it will be built right in to the native Camera application. By combining these three photos, iOS 4.1 uses “pretty sophisticated algorithms” to produce an HDR photo.

iOS 4 accomplishes this by taking three photos in rapid succession: one with normal exposure, one underexposed, and another overexposed. By combining these three photos, iOS 4.1 uses “pretty sophisticated algorithms” to produce an HDR photo.

HDR photos allow for superior pictures in daylight or other bright settings. Particularly when a shadow is cast on the subject or a part of the photo, it allows for a more accurate representation that doesn’t allow the light or shadow sources to overpower the picture and result in a murky or discolored photo.

[via AppleInsider]



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